Harry Styles releases the video clip for ‘Satellite’ making references to Pixar movies

The singer debuted his ‘Satellite’ music video where a Wall-E-like robot steals the spotlight.

2022 was the year of Harry Styles, who released his third studio album called ‘Harry’s House’, being one of the most successful albums of the year, achieving great numbers in sales and reproductions on digital platforms, in addition to having won the Grammy Award for Album of the year.

Now the 29-year-old British singer has released the video clip for his song ‘Satellite’.

The video has drawn attention for including some references to Pixar films, such as Wall E, by the robot protagonist of the video.

Pixar is one of the most important animation studios in Hollywood that has left an indelible mark on the childhood of many people.

Social networks have not been slow to echo the novelty and many fans have been amazed by the creativity of the video.

Harry Styles has once again shown his talent and ability to surprise his audience with each new release.

It is interesting to note how more and more artists in the world of music are incorporating visual and narrative elements into their work, allowing them to connect more deeply with their audiences and offer them a more complete and satisfying experience.

Without a doubt, the video for “Satellite” is one more example of this trend in the music industry.

As expected, the video clip became a trend on social networks and many of its fans have reacted to said release.